Vehicle Exonerations

A vehicle tax bill exoneration means to have a tax bill nullified. There are several reasons why a vehicle tax bill would no longer be applicable. The most common examples are listed below. All tax bills are based on January 1 of each year.

Sold Vehicle Out of StateIf you sold a vehicle to someone in another state and you received a tax bill for that vehicle.
Sold Vehicle In StateIf you sold a vehicle to someone in Kentucky and you received a tax bill for that vehicle.
Moved Out of StateIf you lived out of state on January 1 and received a Kentucky vehicle tax bill.
JunkedComplete this form if you junked a vehicle and you received a tax bill for that vehicle.
TotaledComplete this form if your vehicle was totaled and you received a tax bill for that vehicle.
RepossessedComplete this form if your vehicle was repossessed and you received a tax bill for that vehicle.
Active Duty MilitaryNon-resident active duty military are exempt from Kentucky vehicle taxes. Each year this form must be completed and a copy of LES provided.
High MileageIf your vehicle has more mileage than the calculated mileage you may be entitled to a reduction in your next tax bill.

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